bird watcher

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Synonyms for bird watcher

a zoologist who studies birds

a person who identifies and studies birds in their natural habitats


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Today, go birdwatching with the help of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
Two birdwatching weekends, in partnership with the RSPB take place on January 9 and 10, alongside walks, talks and tips about how to feed birds and attract them.
The British Bird Fair, which took place from 21-23 August, has been hailed as a success for the county after more than 1,000 delegates a day visited Birdwatching Northumberland's stall.
So, if any of youdid your hour's garden birdwatching lastmonth youwere doing what the priests were doing two thousand or more years ago, albeit for a different purpose.
Sean quickly recorded his sighting on a birdwatching website - and within hours hundreds of twitchers had swarmed to the beach.
This 269-acre property features 33 adorable, bungalow-style rooms with fantastic birdwatching opportunities from their porches, a camping area, and hiking trails that guide guests to jungles, waterfalls, and a small orchid farm.
A beautifully presented showcase for Dana Gardner's superb watercolor paintings, Fifty Common Birds Of The Upper Midwest is very highly recommended as an informative addition to personal and community library bird identification and birdwatching reference book.
These two thoroughly "user-friendly" versions of the basic "take-along" birdwatching manuals are 'must' references, especially for amateurs easily confused by more complex guides.
Frances Wood's Brushed By Feathers: A Year Of Birdwatching In The West (1555914802, $16.
A birdwatching beach walk along Southport tide line is aimed at all ages, from 10 am to 1.
CLEVELAND -- Birdwatching is one of the fastest growing hobbies in the Unites States.
Or some will read a book on birdwatching then go out and birdwatch.
THE Queen picks up dead pheasants as the RSPB, which has her as its patron, holds a nationwide birdwatching event.
No birdwatching expertise is necessary for teachers, helpers or children, and the RSPB has produced a free, bilingual schools pack containing everything a teacher will need.
Teessiders are being urged to take part in the UK's largest annual birdwatching event.